Cold Cold Heart
ISBN: 0385313292
EAN13: 9780385313292
Language: English
Pages: 344
Dimensions: 1.3" H x 8.3" L x 5.4" W
Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Tami Hoag delivers a shocking stand-alone thriller

Dana Nolan was a promising young TV reporter until she was kidnapped by a notorious serial killer. A year has passed since she defeated her attacker, but Dana is still physically, emotionally, and psychologically scarred by her ordeal, with aftereffects including PTSD and memory loss. In an attempt to put herself back together after surviving the unthinkable, Dana returns to her hometown. But it doesn't provide the comfort she expects: She struggles to recognize family and childhood friends and begins experiencing dark flashbacks?but she's not sure if they?re truly memories or side effects of her brain injury.

Dana decides to use her investigative skills to piece together her past and learns of the event that made her become a reporter in the first place: the disappearance of her best friend, Casey Grant, the summer after high school graduation. Looking at her past and the unsolved mystery through the dark filter of PTSD, old friends seem to be suspects, authority figures part of a cover-up. Dana begins to question everything she knows. What is real? What is imagined? Are we defined by what happens to us? And is the truth really something too terrible to be believed?

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   a good book by James Elliott
He has a very good reputation for writing good books, even if he uses a different name. A writer who can be counted on to entertain.
 
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   Not The Best Ever
The book sure did get a lot of hype, so much so that I thought it was going to prove to be one of the better ones I have ever read. The positive this is that man this book is fast, you get going and it just keep clicking along, Raymond said. I found my self routing for the hero of the story in a kind of go get 'em, more violence kind of way, he said. The action-rich story line is well put together and reads like it was going straight to Hollywood. The only real down side for me, and the reason I did not think it was a great book, is that the hype I heard made me get excited to read it. They could not get the good cop, bad cop combo so they went with the vigilante reporter, Crowe said. That really is a bit nitpicking on my part, the book is quite cool, really holds your attention and is fun to read, after all that is probably why we buy the things.
 
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   predictable light entertainment
Badatov has everything - blood-thirsty mutilators, KGB goons, a stunning Porsche-driving journalist sidekick and a stunning, hard-bitten, disillusioned hero. Though not breaking any new ground, the film does what it sets out to do extremely well. It's fast-paced, witty and has a cut above the average airport thriller.
 
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   A Must Read
This is the first time I have ever reviewed a book. I'm not quite sure what to say. I do know that I have not read too many books, cause none of them held my interest till now, he said. This book is by far the best read I have had in a long time. It was a no brainer, Byrne said of the decision to become a lawyer: "The title alone drew me in." It was a bullet, but I could not put it down. It was great to see Macaulay Culley back on the small screen, said Barbara Broccoli. He was truly one of the most evil people on the planet. I enjoyed watching him grow up and become a housewife, too. She took no crap from no one, not even Culley. Great to read, said Dr. Chester Floyd, director of the federal Centers for Disease Control. I'd also like to hear more from James Elliott. Thanks for the introduction, I'm [email protected] com.
 
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   2 day thriller
It was a great read, said Janet Grubb, also of Salem. I'm not a huge fan of books, but I always read them in a few days. The quality of the paper is exceptional, and the print is ten times better than my last copy.
 
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   This author needs help!
It's a book without heart. Very poor portrayals of women by Hollywood writers and performers, one stereotype after another. The book lacked any moral compass. Even if the money is counterfeit, it was still going to be laundered. If convicted, Parson said he would face a federal prison sentence of up to 10 years. This writer needs serious help with his writing, his character development, his dialogue and his flow of story. What a waste of time, Mr. Rule told the judge.
 
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